Watch to learn about Sophomore QUEST and how this tailored programming contributes to student success.
Sophomore QUEST programming for second-year students will provide students with an engaging living and learning environment tailored to their needs. Participation in this programming is designed to keep students on track for graduation and prepare them for life after SDSU.
Sophomore QUEST programming includes:
- Community building and social events
- Academic advising workshops and one-on-one sessions
- Career readiness: resume critiques, internship preparation, connecting with SDSU alumni and employers
- Study abroad planning
- Financial literacy education
- Healthy living: Trader Joe’s smart shopping tours, healthy cooking demonstrations, creating balance and managing stress
Compared to living off campus, living on campus provides:
- The ability to apply financial aid to housing and meal plan expenses
- The ability to switch rooms to other residential communities on campus
- 9-month (school year) and 11.5-month (through summer) leasing options
- Live-in faculty and staff to assist with personal needs and host programs and activities
- Convenient access to campus facilities